TAXATION: May Over Morgenthau

George Oliver May is a plump, urbane, British-born gentleman who winters in Manhattan and summers in Southport, Conn., collects old English silver, dislikes publicity, has a daughter married to Barron Collier Jr. and is one of the world's foremost authorities on corporate finance and taxation. In Manhattan last week Mr. May attended a dinner celebrating his silver jubilee as senior partner of the potent accounting firm of Price, Waterhouse & Co. In Washington last week Mr. May, who was a Wartime adviser at the Treasury Department, appeared before the Senate Finance Committee...

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